The carriage is a symbol of majesty and power, and a chariot also represents the sun and the divine.
The cart is a more mundane symbol signifying down-to-earth hard work.
Car / Carriage / Cart / ChariotAny wheeled vehicle is by tradition a reflection of us and how we handle life. Carts, chariots and carriages tend to have a more old-fashioned resonance, whereas a car is more up to date and in keeping with modern thinking.All such vehicles reflect the physical body, so anything wrong with…
Carriage / Cart / ChariotAny symbol which signifies our being moved in some way draws attention to our ability to make progressive changes in our lives. We may have to explore archetypal images for an understanding of our own motivations.The chariot in the sense of a gladiatorial vehicle can represent basic urges before they…
Carriage / Cart / ChariotIn modern times most people will dream about the car or other similar forms of transport. Dreaming of a carriage, such as a horse-drawn one, could be suggestive of old-fashioned attitudes to modern thinking, and a chariot means we have to accept a very basic kind of control.A train carriage…
CartTo dream of riding in a cart, ill luck and constant work will employ your time if you would keep supplies for your family.To see a cart, denotes bad news from kindred or friends.To dream of driving a cart, you will meet with merited success in business and other aspirations.For…
ChariotTo dream of riding in a chariot, foretells that favorable opportunities will present themselves resulting in your good if rightly used by you.To fall or see others fall from one, denotes displacement from high positions.
Chariot(China, interpretation of dreams) A sick person climbs aboard a chariot: that person’s illness will take a turn for worse Your chariot is moving: your undertaking is in a good progress Your chariot is not moving: you’ll go nowhere A chariot wheel has broken: money will be lost
Golf CartTo dream of driving a golf cart suggests that you are not sure what direction you should be headed in your life. You’re anxious about wasting your time on idle pursuits, while others know where they’re going in life.
Shopping CartA dream of piling products into a shopping cart means you are hungry for something you are not getting in real life.That might be affection, attention or respect - think about what you need.An empty shopping cart means you feel lonely and in need of comfort.
CartBearing a heavy load with no help
Chariotİnvolving a heaven-sent experience with the holy spirit in control
Shopping Cart1. If one is pushing a ﬁlled shopping cart it is tangible evidence of success. 2. If shopping cart is empty, this symbolizes lack of success.
ChariotA vehicle for war, Ps. 20:7
ChariotA sick person climbs aboard a chariot: that person’s illness will take a turn for worse. • Your chariot is moving: your undertaking is in a good progress. • Your chariot is not moving: you’ll go nowhere. • A chariot wheel has broken: money will be lost
Baby CarriageTo dream of a baby carriage is a good omen, foretelling that you will soon meet (or have recently met) a nice friend who will create many pleasurable surprises for you.
CarriageIf your dream featured an old-fashioned carriage, you could be deeply embarrassed by questions concerning your social life. Be careful about putting yourself in situations that might subject you to unkind gossip.
CarriageTo see a carriage, implies that you will be gratified, and that you will make visits.To ride in one, you will have a sickness that will soon pass, and you will enjoy health and advantageous positions.To dream that you are looking for a carriage, you will have to labor hard,…
Carriage house(Barn; Byre; Coach; Cowshed; Stall) A carriage house in a dream represents the assembly place of politicians, leaders, scholars, merchants, visitors or spectators.The condition in which the carriage house appears in one’s dream reflects the state of such groups of people.(Also see Barn; Stableman)
Baby Carriage1. Urges for a family, to have a baby. 2. A need or desire to care for the child within.